Tobacco Grant Program: Cessation and health systems change

 
Resources for health care and public health professionals working to reduce tobacco use in your communities
 
Describes specific strategies that health care administrators, managed care organizations, and purchasers of health plans can implement to treat tobacco dependence
 
The Guide to Community Preventive Services: What Works to Promote Health — Cessation
A list of interventions that have been reviewed by a task force for effectiveness
 
Smoking Cessation Leadership Center
Aims to increase smoking cessation rates and increase the number of health professionals who help smokers quit
 
 
NAQC (North American Quitline Consortium)
An international, nonprofit membership organization that seeks to promote evidence based quitline services across diverse communities
 
ATTUD (Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence)
An organization of providers dedicated to the promotion of and increased access to evidence-based tobacco treatment for the tobacco user
 
CDC: A Practical Guide to Working With Health-Care Systems on Tobacco-Use Treatment
A guide to increase public health professionals' comfort with and skill in establishing collaborative relationships with leaders of health care systems and to facilitate the creation of long-term partnerships that promote effective system-wide tobacco-use treatment
 
 
SBIRT Colorado: Screening, Brief, Intervention and Referral to Treatment
A comprehensive, integrated public health approach based on universal screenings, SBIRT creates awareness about America's No. 1 preventable health issue: substance use.
 
HealthTeamWorks: Tobacco Program (Colorado Clinical Guideline download)
Founded as the Colorado Clinical Guidelines Collaborative (CCGC) to convene stakeholders to create evidence-based clinical guidelines for Colorado providers
 
Healthy Living Toolkits
Guidance on how to document and address issues of health promotion in Medicaid/CHP+ clients
 
CMS Tobacco Cessation Guidelines for Medicare
Intended for Medicare fee-for-service  physicians, providers, suppliers and other health care professionals who furnish or provide referrals for Medicare
 
Quit Tobacco — Make Everyone Proud
An educational campaign for the U.S. military, sponsored by the Department of Defense
 
E-Cigarettes (one-sheet overview)
General information about e-cigarettes